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For this shot I was trying to use the reflection of the trees to go along with the snow.Thanks for looking and your comments.

5D 17-40
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I just got back from spending some time up in Canada and traveling around that beautiful area. This is a shot I took just befor the sunrise. Thanks for looking and your comments.

5D 17-40 ND 2
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For this shot I got a little closer so that I could use the water there on the left, I had some nice light from the left as well, thanks a lot for your time and thoughts :)

Brett
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This is another shot that I took this winter, I was trying to use a low angle here as the snow was still falling. thanks for looking and your comments.

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It was VERY cold after sundown (below -25 °C), but me and my camera did the job nevertheless ^^

18.02.2009 - EOS 5D Mark II with 24-70L, polarizer and tripod
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This is one of the last shots that I took that day back in October, I really liked the little bit of red color in the clouds. Thanks for looking and your comments.

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This is another shot that I took on my Canada trip ,it was right around the sunrise and I got a little bit of color to work with which was nice, Also I wanted to use this boulder in this comp. Thanks for looking and your comments.


5D 17-40L
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16.02.2007 - EOS 20D with 17-85 and tripod
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This is another shot from when I went up to Ricketts Glen State Park, I thought that a squre crop would work well here.Thank a lot for your feedback...

5D 17-40 F16 2 SEC
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Taken in Yosemite, a little over a week ago after 2 days of continuous rain. This particular morning was still drizzling, and the mist in the valley was playing its magic. This is Bridalveil falls shot from the tunnel view.

I hope you like it!

Nikon D700
ISO200 4secs @ f/16; 155mm
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